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Comment: C: How to detect novel proteins and non-annotated proteins from a list of MS protei
... Ok. Thank you very much. ...
written 10 weeks ago by F. Golestan50
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How to detect novel proteins and non-annotated proteins from a list of MS proteins?
... Hello, I have a list of 2000 proteins from an MS experiment. All of these proteins have accession IDs (Uniprot IDs). I would like to know, from this list of proteins, how I can identify novel proteins and those proteins which are not annotated so far (in any protein databases). I would highly appr ...
proteomics mass spectrometry novel proteins written 10 weeks ago by F. Golestan50
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How to modify bin interval and bars colour in a bar polar chart created by plotly package in R?
... Hello, I am trying to make a bar polar chart for spindle orientation in a quarter circle shape. My data has two columns, "Angle" and "Percentage". I used plotly package in R and the below codes to make it: library("plotly") p <- plot_ly( type = 'barpolar', r = c(54.7, 32.6, ...
bar_polar_chart R plotly radial_histogram written 12 weeks ago by F. Golestan50
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Comment: C: How to modify the nodes features in Gradient1 style in Cytoscape?
... Thank you very much dear xanderpico, and so sorry for my late response as I did not receive any emails or notifications regarding the answer to my question. Many thanks for your guide and help. Best wishes, ...
written 3 months ago by F. Golestan50
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How to make a quarter circle polar plot using ggplot2?
... Hello, I am trying to make a polar plot/chart that goes 90 degrees (from 0 to 90 degree) instead of 360 using ggplot2. I need to visualise my data (angle and frequency) similar to these quarter circle polar plots ![Figure1][1] I ran the below codes, however, It is still a 360 degree circle polar p ...
R ggplot2 coord_polar quarter-circle-polar-plot written 3 months ago by F. Golestan50
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Comment: C: How to interpret a Stringdb interaction network of a mouse-proteomics dataset wh
... That is great. Thanks a lot for your guide. ...
written 4 months ago by F. Golestan50
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How to interpret a Stringdb interaction network of a mouse-proteomics dataset when it is detected only in Homo sapiens organism?
... Hello, From an Immunoprecipitation/MS (pull down) analysis from mouse cells, I have a list of Accession IDs (such as P10809, P63261, Q09666, ...). I need to discover protein-protein interactions among all of these identified proteins and also specifically interactions with my bait protein (protein ...
proteomics network string interaction stringdb written 4 months ago by F. Golestan50 • updated 4 months ago by andrew.j.skelton735.9k
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How to modify the nodes features in Gradient1 style in Cytoscape?
... Hello, After importing the proteins interactions output of String database, which is an TSV file, into Cytoscape, I used Gradient1 Node Style for my network, because I needed to have nodes in 3D style similar to Stringdb style (with both black shadow and white specular highlight over nodes). But, I ...
3d gradient1 string cytoscape written 4 months ago by F. Golestan50 • updated 3 months ago by xanderpico210
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Comment: C: Graphical presentation of STRING protein-protein network and gene ontology
... Dear Leite, Thank you very much for your great help and explanation. I could do it perfectly. But, I only could not find how to make node style like 3D nodes by adding both black shadow and white specular highlight over nodes (exactly like String database style). So, after importing the interactio ...
written 4 months ago by F. Golestan50
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Comment: C: DAVID functional Analysis and its visualization of GO terms using Bar plot
... Thank you very much for your guide Kevin. I simplified my example as below: GO <- c("GO10", "GO11", "GO12", "GO13", "GO14", "GO15") Value <- c(5, 10, 40, 30, 20, 50) df <- data.frame(GO, Value) rownames(df1) <- df1[,1] str(df1) 'data.frame': 6 obs. of 2 variabl ...
written 4 months ago by F. Golestan50

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